No, Chevy Lumina Z34 ever came with a 3.7L engine. So probably not.....
Yes it will, I did the interchange on mine
Remove the positive cable from your 1992 Chevy Lumina battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new starter.
In the fuel tank.
It is under drivers side dash board beside steering colum
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1994 Chevy Lumina. Remove the brake spring and the break caliper. The brake pads will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake pads.
And again pertinent information is left out. But I will answer anyway. Lumina--195/75-14 Lumina Eurosport--205/70-15 or 215/60-16 Lumina Z34--215/60-16
WHAT SETTING ARE YOU REFERING TO ?
Gum maybe?? or tweaser??
The Z24 engine is an overhead valve engine and the Z34 is an overhead cam engine. The Z34's engine is pretty tight in it's engine bay so if you were thinking of doing a "swap", Z34 engine will not fit in the Z24.
Trany shot replace
It's located near the firewall by the passenger side of the car.
You'll need a vacuum pump that is used by AC service technicians.
what year? and what size engine? crank sensors are in different locations based on year and engine size.
Should be under the vehicle along the frame- follow the fuel line from the tank
You can find a vacuum diagram for your 1992 Chevy Lumina at most Chevrolet dealerships. Chevrolet service manuals will have the vacuum diagram and can be found at most local libraries.
its a vacuum line it goes from the belt side at the back and runs behind the engine and down the drivers side and under the battery to the pod under the skirt in the front wheel
With a Key..........
92 Z34 is compatible with any first gen lumina with the 3.4 dohc engine wise, body panels any coupe.
yes if its the not the DOHC from the Lumina Z34
If it's a true z34 90-94 there is no window crank they ALL had power windows.....
If you do'nt know that you should'nt work on it!
It can be very fatal on this engine. Replace every 5 yrs or 50k miles for best safety.
Remove the cables from the starter. Tape the end of the positive cable, so it will not spark. Remove the retaining bolts from the starter. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
on my 1992 lumina z34 its about 5 inches from top on passenger side of car directly below radiator fill spout